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I would like a bat with the words WHAT A ROTTEN WICKET-KEEPER stamped in large letters on the back of it.
Not content with discoursing on supermen, the author presents them in the flesh - or whatever it is they are made of.
A batsman given to run-stealing need not open his mouth to gain the reputation of a wit.
Glory glory alleluia
I'm the luckiest of females
For I've danced with a man
Who's danced with a girl
Who's danced with the Prince of Wales.
A gentleman is a man who never hurts anybody else unintentionally.
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Christ shared our experience; he suffered as we suffer; he died as we shall die, and for forty days in the desert he underwent the struggle between good and evil.
March 5, 1887
May 3, 1945
Herbert Farjeon was a major figure in the British theatre from 1910 until his death. He was a presenter of revues in London's West End, a theatre critic, lyricist, librettist, playwright, theatre manager and researcher.
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